Or do you have a QM SGT and and ORD SGT with stuff on their sleeves and they're trying to figure out where they'd line up in ranks?
I had a lightbulb moment many years ago when maneuvering badly over ground with a company. The battalion commander yelled "Sergeants and corporals, do your jobs. That's why you have stripes on your sleeve." And I realized that as a corporal, I was standing there on the left of the front line to influence and direct the behavior of a small group of soldiers directly around me. Farther away from me, there were other corporals who should be doing the same thing. I rose to the occasion.
I would suggest that rather than putting sgts stripes on a guy for company administration purposes, that you make QM and ORD the additional duties of your corporals or 2nd sgt. They already have a place to stand and a reason to be in the company. Unless you're a battalion staff, the other specialists don't.
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